President Obamaâs top science and technology advisor John P. Holdren co-authored a 1977 book in which he advocated the formation of a âplanetary regimeâ that would use a âglobal police forceâ to enforce totalitarian measures of population control, including forced abortions, mass sterilization programs conducted via the food and water supply, as well as mandatory bodily implants that would prevent couples from having children.
Ecoscience discusses a number of ways in which the global population could be reduced to combat what the authors see as mankindâs greatest threat â overpopulation. In each case, the proposals are couched in sober academic rhetoric, but the horrifying foundation of what Holdren and his co-authors are advocating is clear. These proposals include;
- Forcibly and unknowingly sterilizing the entire population by adding infertility drugs to the nationâs water and food supply. - Legalizing âcompulsory abortions,â ie forced abortions - Babies who are born out of wedlock or to teenage mothers to be forcibly taken away - Implementing a system of âinvoluntary birth control,â where both men and women would be mandated to have an infertility device implanted into their body at puberty
July 16, 2009 Subject:
Ecoscience - The Modern Eugenics Plan In One (more) Place
It seems as though there's always one group trying to make life harder for some other group. Who is it this time? Perhaps you'll find some of the answers in this presentation.
Alex Jones careful review of not only the book "Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment," by co-authors Holdren and Erlich but also corroborating publications such as Erlich's "Population Bomb" yields a clear picture of the activities of modern-day eugenicists.
The present day globalists are a cluster of people who consider themselves better than others. They maintain power not by leadership, but by labeling other people as a "Threat to Society." In their code of ethics, power is best maintained by eliminating your opposition. It is a repeated narrative pattern of history. It eventuates in political policy that first seeks to oppress then later exterminate it's opposition.
Even if you don't accept the Bible for what it claims to be, the eugenics record of the Pharaoh to maintain power through population control is clear. (1) Construct a hypothetical (though
plausible) threat to national security, (2) Demonize your target population as participants in the threat: Use a straw man argument, that is, criticize them for your own unfair
characterization of them (3) Formulate a population control plan against them and call it "dealing wisely" with the situation.
For Pharaoh (and his advisers) this "dealing wisely" was (a) assign work-brigade task masters with police power to exhaust the population, (b) increase work load quotas beyond reasonable
levels, (c) make life bitter to psychologically weaken and demoralize the group (learned helplessness), (d) enlist community-level medical professionals to execute infanticide, (e) finally, declare through fiat edict the destruction of a segment of the entire target population (Pharaoh's attack was upon new born males).
Are there sterilants in our drinking water? How many young couples do you know that are having trouble conceiving? Do vaccines contain dangerous additives? If children are reproductively harmed by the bio-accumulation of vaccine toxins, fluorides, and endocrine disruptors, how would you know, and how long would it take for the damage to be discovered? Is there harm to our endocrine systems from food, water, and involuntary medication? Do your own research.
You will be better served if you locate the on-line portions of the book that are available so you may read for yourself what John Holdren the co-author of Ecoscience
wants to distance himself from, but has never repudiated.
As a reviewer, I highly recommend listening to Mr. Jones' cogent analysis while taking notes. It is both timely and urgent.